Sealcoat Concepts takes third-quarter lead in Bob Cupp Memorial Golf League standings

TENNERTON – The start of the third quarter couldn’t haven’t gone any better for Sealcoat Concepts this Wednesday in the Buckhannon Country Club Bob Cupp Memorial League.

Sealcoat Concepts started the third quarter with a huge 31-9 win over Baker Tilly to take the top spot in the standings.

Feola’s Flowers resides in second place after a 26-14 win over Custom Cabinets.

Highland Landscaping is in third place after a 25-15 victory over Sam’s Pizza.

High Point Construction is in fourth place following a 23-17 triumph over Lisa Cain Edward Jones.

Landing in fifth place was First Community Bank after they downed Hank Ellis Insurance by a 21-19 score.

Owen Bragg of First Community Bank won both Low Actual honors with a 36 and Low Net honors with a 31.

The standings, top performers and next week’s schedule:


Team                   Points

1. Sealcoat Concepts 31

2. Feola’s Flowers 26

3. Highland Landscaping 25

4. High Point Construction 23

5. First Community Bank 21

6. Hank Ellis Insurance 19

7. Lisa Cain Edward Jones 17

8. Sam’s Pizza 15

9. Custom Cabinets 14

10. Baker Tilly 9

Low Actual – Par 36

Owen Bragg, First Community Bank 36

Stephen Jeran, Sealcoat Concepts 38

Howard Feola, Feola’s Flowers 38

Bobby Gompers, Highland Landscaping 39

Mike Tenney, Sealcoat Concepts 39

Dave Pitcher, High Point Construction 39

Doug Garrett, Hank Ellis Insurance 39

Low Net – Par 36

Owen Bragg, First Community Bank 31

Bobby Gompers, Highland Landscaping 32

Danny Hinzman, Highland Landscaping 33

Howard Feola, Feola’s Flowers 33

Chad Wilfong, Feola’s Flowers 33

John Reger, Sealcoat Concepts 33

Dave Pitcher, High Point Construction 33

Hank Ellis, Hank Ellis Insurance 33

This Week’s Schedule

Baker Tilly vs. First Community Bank

Sam’s Pizza vs. Sealcoat Concepts

Hank Ellis Insurance vs. Feola’s Flowers

High Point Construction vs. Highland Landscaping

Custom Cabinets vs. Lisa Cain Edward Jones

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